MSc Business & Finance

Develop business and management skills alongside advanced financial acumen on our MSc Business & Finance

Our one-year MSc Business & Finance course has been designed as an industry-focused postgraduate course for graduates with a strong quants and/or finance background. Develop a combination of business and management skills alongside advanced financial skills, leading to financial management roles for organisations outside of the finance industry. 

This course is now closed for our 2022 intake. Applications for our 2023 intake will open in October 2022 – we recommend applying early due to a highly competitive selection process.

  • Application Deadline Closed for 2022 entry
  • Start Date September 2022
  • Duration 1 year
  • Location Warwick Campus
  • Format Full-time
  • UK Fees £28,450 *
  • EU/International Fees £33,450 *

* See fees and funding for fees breakdown.

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23 Nationalities (2021 cohort)
Students
157 Cohort size
23 Average age

Benefits

  • Uncover key management and business expertise, helping you take your next step towards a career in business and finance 

  • Option to choose our Business in Practice module, designed to help you put your learnings into practice 

  • Dedicated careers coaching by Finance and Business specialists 

  • Apply to the QTEM Masters Network Program and spend up to an additional 12 months studying at one or two?International Academic Partners, completing an internship, and taking part in a global Data Challenge with fellow QTEM students. 

Student experiences
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My course provided the perfect mix of business and finance knowledge, enabling me to improve my technical skills."
Dinara Karabalinova MSc Business & Finance (2018 - 2019)
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